I like to display "big sideBanner" on the webpage if containerHeight is 100 or containerHeight is more than 100 and "middle sideBanner" if containerHeight is more than 50 and containerHeight is less than 100 and "small Banner" if containerHeight is less than 50. How can I make it work?
I am trying to place text output from a url on another webpage.The output is the status of an alarm system.hash and mac info remove for security reasons.I would like to place these three outputs on another page.
I'm try to set up a webpge that will play a live flash video on the left-hand side(got that part working) and display one slide of a presentation(jpg) to the right of the video. I would like to be able to control when the slide image changes by having some js check a text file on my server. The text file could contain something as simple as "Slide1.jpg". I will manipulate the text file with some code I've already written. Is there some simple js code I can put in my page that will cause it to check the text file every 5 seconds, and if the content of the file has changed, to refresh the image on the page with the new image? I'm try to get away from the "clicking" sound that is caused by doing a simple refresh of an Iframe.
It will be best if the user can select files using some kind of explorer. If that's complex, a text box to specify the file name will be fine as well. Once a text file is selected, I just need to display it in a text box.
I'm attempting to display a list of email addresses from a text file (one address per line) in measured increments, such as one email address per second. sorry, I don't know where to begin on this.Basically I want to use this to "simulate" the appearance of being able to view the real-time send to a series of email addresses. I'm using the PHP mail() funtion to send to the looped list of email addresses, pulled from a text file.It would be great to view the actual realtime send to each address as it occurs in the mail loop, but this simulation will suffice.
I am looking for a way to select a file from a list and load it into a webpage. The page and the files are stored on a sd-card for off-line usage, I know that listing files remote dynamicly needs a scripting engine but since the sd-card is on the client side that is not possible, but I can make a list of those files when creating them.
I am trying to create a chrome extension that can pass text from a text box to a webpage text box. Basically my company has an intranet site where you can search for an employee. The url does not display the search terms so i cant just append to it. Since I cant really work on this outside of work (its an intranet site) i have tried replicating it from home using the let me google that for you (www.lmgtfy.com) site.
it is possible to display the duration a webpage is accesssed. For example, if its a form webpage, then the time to be displayed will be = time the webpage was left (press submit button etc. or the time the viewer left the page) - time the webpage was first accessed or loaded.
Is it possible to have a text box input searching for the entered text on another webpage in the same way Find In Page would do? I have a webpage that I want users to input an item, and that this will open the targeted webpage and bring you to (and highlight) the matched item(s) like find in page does. Is this possible or is the easiest way to just make users open the link to the target page and just complete the find in page search there?
I am creating a site whereby advertisers can create adverts. One of the options is to view a preview of their advert. I currently open a new window to display this preview page. I would prefer to keep the user within one window at all times to avoid confusion of multiple windows and therefore was wondering if there is a way to display this preview page as an overlay similar to how lightbox displays images? I am currently using jquery lightbox to display some images and also jquery for other elements of the site such as tabs.
The webpage doesn't display the proper times when I load it up.The GMT variable deals with the Greenwich timezone, which that time is used with offset variables in order to get the right times from each respective time zone in the branch offices.So far it seems only houston and new york display the right times or close to it all the other ones are way off.
I have web page where user can upload file. He can select which file to upload with standard HTML input of type file. I want to add this feature: when user select some file (e.g. picture, pdf etc.) in file select dialog, I want to add link to selected local file. When user click on it browser(maybe associated application) should open local file so user can review what he selected. I was experimenting with urls with "file" protocol but it works only with html file located on local computer not for one on web server. I found that this is because of security restriction in browsers.
i am trying to have the content of a txt file loaded in a page (which works), but this file changes on a regular basis and I need just the text to refreash, not the whole page, this is what I have... As mentioned, it correctly displayes the content of the .txt file, but from the code I have, I need it to refresh
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head>
it is possible to redirect content that would normally appear on a webpage into file instead. I have webpages that I want to be able to switch into LOG mode where the entire content is instead written to a file.